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  1. Hello! I am trying to get 12V out of my Arri SR2 HS from 11 pin Fischer connector at the back for the accessory, but when I measured the voltage it appears to be only 2,5V :(. For the pinout I found a scan from Jon Fauer "Arriflex SR book" scanned and uploaded in the other topic on this forum. (Original topic with the scheme here:) What is even stranger, the voltage slightly changes, and can even go to zero when I turn the potentiometer knob on a "GLOW" that is on the side of my camera - also pictures attached: Do you have any ideas what could be causing the problem? When I unplug the two wires that power the GLOW, camera will not run. I will appreciate any ideas! Thank you! Adrian
  2. Is it possible to power an ARRI SR I/II with 14.8v gold mount batteries? I understand the voltage would need to be converted to a regulated 12v, but even then is it posing a risk? I happened upon this plate: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/839205-REG/Movecam_MOV_306_0208_BATTERY_BRACKET_FOR_GOLD.html I would have to use a 3-pin male LEMO to 4-pin XLR cable to take advantage of the regulated 12v output. Is that possible, or would it pose problems? Any insight would be dearly appreciated, as I'm quite uneducated when it comes to power supplies. Thank you!
  3. I want to buy a 12v new battery suitable for a Bolex EBM. There's nothing on ebay and in Super8filmaholic website is out of stock. I have one old Bolex battery but I am looking for an alternative with more capacity. Best, Marcos
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